David Hartley

Standard Name: Hartley, David


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Intertextuality and Influence Elizabeth Gaskell
The idea of self-improvement through writing and reading correlates to the strong emphasis in EG 's fiction on education and the impact of environment. This was undoubtedly influenced by a Unitarian intellectual background indebted to...
Intertextuality and Influence Harriet Martineau
Just at the point when she become a published author, HM 's questioning of her Unitarian faith was troubled by a desire to reconcile herself to God's power and benevolence.
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1749: David Hartley published Observations on Man,...

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David Hartley published Observations on Man, his Frame, his Duties, and his Expectations, which established a materialist theory of the human mind.

By September 1751: David Hartley published A Letter to the Learned...

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By September 1751

David Hartley published A Letter to the Learned Dr Mead, on the different methods of exhibiting Mrs. Stephens 's Medicines.


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